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," and tucker carlson. steve? >> the problem is if they came down the website until it's right, that's likely to be six months and long beyond that. then you get into the problems we discussed before. you have the sickest people signing up. you have other people incapable of signing up. do you penalize them? do you not? it creates, i think, and exacerbates a set of problems the white house doesn't want to deal with. if the white house doesn't make this decision now, they get themselves further into trouble and make the ultimate decision that much more difficult. i think these are the kinds of things being debated behind closed doors at the white house and elsewhere with ceos of insurance companies and others. we've got to make a decision. what do we do and when do we make this decision? every day that passes, i think they can make their problems that much more difficult. >> they are trying to lower expectations, clearly, julie. dan pfeiffer this weekend on abc. >> our goal is to get as many people done as possible. i can promise the first enrollment numbers released later this month won't be
morning. >> good morning. >> steve rapner with is us. by goodness, i thought you were cooking. >> i'm going right to the stove. >> or do have you legions of people cooking for you? >> down, mika. >> any of you boys cooking? >> i'm making a dish. >> i might toast an english muffin, by specialty. >> i might make a bowl of cereal. >> come on, guys. what about you? >> my friend's husband john campbell is going to put my turkey in a thing in the yard. >> a deep fryer. >> i don't think i want that. but they've talked me into it. i had to buy a special size and i'm fearing someone is going to get hurt. >> he's trolling mika. >> is that very bad for you? >> it macs the turkey come alive. >> in peanut oil. >> why don't you eat some fourteench fries in. >> i have been talked into it. i have to bring the turkey over at 1:00. he's going to take care of it and give it back to me. >> it will taste good. >> it will? ion if my parents will like that. that's what's happening. none of are you cooking. are any of you shopping on friday? i don't understand this black friday thing. all right. i would su
, kansas. steve, this is a story for you. the cargo plane is a boeing 747 and was supposed to land at the air force base in kansas but landed at the smaller airport instead. no one is saying why this happened. this plane needs more than 9,000 feet to take off. the runway is about 6,000 feet long. boeing is trying to figure out how to handle this situation, what to do next. you can tweet us. >>> terrifying moments at another airport. take a look at this. an emergency slide in place in the middle of a flight inside the cabin. it knocked over a flight attendant when it blew up. this was on a flight from fort myers, florida, to boston. take a listen. >> all of a sudden there was a big noise and then it blew up like, you know. it was -- it was scary, a little scary. >> we were all startled. >> i bet that's scary. that flight attendant is okay. the plane made an emergency landing in orlando. no word on why that chute deployed. >>> florida congressman tray radal saying he is not going to step down. instead he's going to take a leave of absence to get treatment for substance abuse. >> i am
to be in the hotseat answering more questions in front of the finance committee. steve centanni has more on that. steve, tell us more. >> hi, jaime. even presidential candidate, doppler candidate mitt romney, signed -- from massachusetts is weighing in on the battle from obamacare and he zeroed in on president obama's campaign promise. listen. >> he told people they could keep their insurance and that was not the truth. whether you like the model of obamacare or not, the fact that the president sold it on a basis that was not true has undermind the foundation of his second term. i think it is rotting it away. the only way he can rebuild credibility is to work with republicans and democrats and try and rebuild a foundation. >> that troubled health care .gov website is back up and running after an over night shutdown for repairs that had a rocky rollout. meantime congress still wants answers about the flawed website and about how many people have been able to successfully enroll in obamacare. a top presidential advisor says the numbers won't be that great for the first month. >> our goal is to g
. did i say 930? he was on the space shuttle and put it on water. let me go back again. thanks, steve. caught on video, a powerboat racer crashes at 130 miles an hour and lives to tell the tale. starts now. >> that doesn't sound as impressive. right? >> you're watching "fox & friends." sit up straight, brian. >> we're lucky he's fine. >> we know he survived. that's the good news. >> today is going to be the easiest day to write a check. >> why? >> today is 11/12/13. >> wow! speaking of news, let's talk a little bit about this. we had heard from the government that they thought by the end of the first month they would probably sign up 500,000 people, and yet the early numbers so far -- there are two news sources. "the washington post" says it's 40,000 people and the "wall street journal" says it's between 40,000 and 50,000 people. only six signed up on the first day and as i said the target was half a million by the end of october. >> in places like or orbgs apparently the -- in places like oregon, "the washington post" has said it has set up its own skhraepbg system. they haven't seen
on water. both expected to be okay. speaking of okay, here's steve. >> thank you very much, brian. a controversial textbook now approved by the texas school board despite concerns it is factually incorrect on a number of issues, including climate change and fracking. oil and gas professional becky berger tried persuading the texas board against adopting the book but to no avail. our next guest is not surprised. we're joined by a former member of the texas state board on education, cynthia dunbar joins us. becky berger stood in front of the board considering this textbook and said you can't have our kids read this. it is one-sided and riddled with air. they said we're going to print it any way with some changes. >> right. what's interesting is issues with errors in textbook is very common. nobody wants to think there are errors in textbook. those error concerns come up all the time. then it comes down to the question of are these factually octoberable errors or -- factually objectionable errors. then the problem comes where is the pool of information? if conservation make the compl
more about that. a member of congress, we have steve cohen, a democrat from tennessee, he was critical. he is going to join us live after this. we will talk to him in a second. if you've got copd like me, . >> i'm just going to keep on working as hard as i can around the priorities that the american people care about and i think it's legitimate for them to expect help to have to win back some credibility on this health care law in particular and on a whole range of these issues in general.l and you know that's on me i mean, we filmbled the rollout on this health care law. >> on thursday on the eve of that vote in the house on fred upton's 13 democratic defectors, i want to bring in steven conof tennessee. congressman, i appreciate you taking the time. so the head lean i guess coming out of that vote i guess is the democratic revolt everybody talked about didn't materialize with 39 defections, when you look at the fix the president put forward in the last segment, you have stated health insurance commissioners bauming at the idea of implementing this you had a meeting of insurers walkin
. steve, elisabeth, and brian, i hope you have your umbrellas. in a couple of hours we're going to be dealing with rain that is going to be moving through parts of new york, pennsylvania and even showers farther south across georgia and also parts of alabama. farther west we have another storm system that is bringing in a lot of rain, snow and strong winds across parts of the pacific northwest. travel out in the northern rockies, the state of washington and oregon will be tough today. temperatures across the surpbt part of the country -- across the central part of the country getting cold. now let's get over to brian with sports. >> we talked about football all year and about some of the head injuries. profootball hall of famer tony dorsett revealing he has a degenerative brain condition, a direct result of 12 years of breaking tackles and running away from big linemen. he was speaking to espn. he says he forgets things and gets lost taking his daughters to soccer games. >> i get frustrated. i get frustrated. i get frustrated and i say you're not -- you're just in a shell. you'r
so again today. thank you, madam speaker. steve: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas, mr. flores, for five minutes. mr. flores: madam speaker, i rise today to honor the 75th anniversary of the city of college station texas. college station has been and is the home to tens of thousands of texas families, students, businesses, and residents throughout the years. and i'm proud to offer my congratulations on this milestone. college station was an unincorporated community for over 60 years before officially being incorporated as a city on october 19, 1938. in 1869 the houston and texas central railway was built through the area and in 1871 college station was chosen as the location for what would eventually become one of the largest public universities in the nation, texas a&m university. the city got its name because the a&m campus was the focal point of community development at the time. in 1877 the area was designated college station, texas, by the postal service, deriving its name from the train station located to the west of the campus. since
from new york. i'm chris hayes. and i'm dressed this halloween as steve kornacki. we've got lots of politics tonight, starting at the white house, where you might have noticed, it's been something of a rough couple of weeks for the president. with the rocky rollout of his signature health reform law dominating the news, the political toll is real and it is getting worse. and nowhere is the damage more apparent than in the latest polling from nbc news, where president obama's approval rating has fallen to an all-time low of 42%. that is a five-point drop from just earlier this month. these numbers, as bad as they are, don't necessarily exist in a vacuum. there's a lot more complexity to the current political environment, which in many ways is the story of american politics in the tea party era. >> let's talk about the president. >> between syria, between the shutdown, between obama care, how are his approval numbers stacking up? >> record lows. >> the president's approval rating dropped five points. >> at an all-time low. >> is this more than just the second-term curse? >> if he g
in my life and defying the odds. >> we're going to work hard. >> steve, you better get out to vote today. let's talk about the state of virginia. the governor of virginia -- rather it's the race for governor of virginia. state attorney general ken cuccinelli is trying to overcome a deficit in the polls against democrat terry mcauliffe. both sides put obamacare front and center. >> to send them a message that we say no to obamacare, i need your vote tomorrow. >> we know the issues. you've all heard me speak many, many times. i'm going to be there and fight for you as governor. >> both camps getting big support from washington. senator marco rubio stumping for cuccinelli as president obama and joe biden stump for mcauliffe. >>> take a look at a tarmac in montreal. passengers on board a morrocan airline closed to climb out an emergency exit. five were taken to the hospital. others treated for smoke inhalation. >>> flak friday sales day -- black friday sales debuting earlier than others at k-mart stores across the country. opening its stores on 6 a.m. on thanksgiving before a lot of families
: implementation is one thing. delay is another thing. steve hayes in washington. martha: bombshell details on what the administration knew about the launch of the trouble-plagued website. new documents show the system didn't hold up under stress tests leading up to the big day. the question is why didn't they put it on hold. in fact they weren't even close to where they were going to be. the site could tomorrow handle 1,000 users on a day before october 1. that's 1,000 users at a time nationwide. think about how small that is. gets 95 million users a month which works out to 2,000 users per minute. bill: it has been quiet on the ceo front of these insurance companies. but we heard from one of the big five. he's urging government officials to quote push the pause button and shut down until it's fixed entirely. he says this is the best short-term solution. instead of trying to fix tonight a patchwork manner day by day and hour by hour. martha: the number of people losing their health plans keeps growing. so far 4 million policies. 4 million people got unwanted letters in th
with the very latest on the disaster. maria? >> steve, elisabeth and brian, the storm system moved through parts of the midwest on sunday and produced several tornadoes and national weather service survey crews did head out yesterday and surveyed the damage and confirmed multiple tornadoes out there. in washington, illinois, you're seeing aerial pictures now, heartbreaking seeing all of this damage and homes completely destroyed, it was confirmed that was an ef-4 tornado with winds of 190 miles per hour and that the length of the path of that tornado was 46.2 miles. that particular tornado killed one person and injured 122 people. also another confirmed tornado in gifford, illinois, an ef-3 confirmed with winds up to 140 miles per hour. that is just two of the confirmed tornadoes out of dozens across parts of illinois, parts of indiana and also kentucky. we'll continue to bring you the very latest. the forecast not looking good out here. we expect to see rain moving in tuesday, wednesday and thursday, actually later today through wednesday and also through friday. that's something we're tracking
time >> rose: he has also recently advised director steve mcqueen on his acclaimed film "12 years a slave." i'm pleased to have skip gates back at this table. welcome. >> thank you, charlie, nice to be back. >> rose: where did this idea first come to you. because it's something you think would have been done before. >> in retrospect it really started when i was 17 years old, senior year of high school sitting in the living room of my parents in piedmont, west virginia, watching our little black-and-white t.v. and up jumps the first black documentary i ever saw. it was bill cosby's "black history, lost, ston or strayed." and it was one of those life changing events. i know wese that -- we overuse thaterm, it's a clay shea but it changed my life. i didn't know anything about black history up to this time. and a year ler when i went to yale the first course i enrolled in was the survey course in afterr american history taught by willm mcfeeley. >> rose: does every major university today have an african american studiesrogram? >> every one worth its salt. >> they all have some courses
for the call. steve is joining us from west palm beach, florida. caller: good morning. good morning. i cannot the two terribly illustrative ash cannot be too terribly illustrative, i have been -- i cannot be too terribly illustrative. a lot ofen doing a studying of the united states economy going back to revolutionary times. there were a lot of periods where the economy was very volatile. you were so many booms and busts in the 19th century and so on. the last 25 years, from 1890 to from was very sehgal -- 1990 22 thousand seven, was very stable. 1990 to 2007 was very stable. if you never owned a house you might go from a time when you live alone in a single apartment to where you have to have a roommate back to where you can afford a single apartment and back and forth depending on what is.economy if people lose that resiliency they feel there is no opportunities to get ahead. that is basically what i want to say. journal.comnational -- but he railed along the way -- schedule got derailed on long the way. the senate would tackle a number of nominations. the employee nondiscrimination act and
neighbor i spoke to named steve mills. he talked to me earlier this summer. take a listen. >> there was a kid unthe street, crying, hollering, he was panicking. mr., can i have spg to eat? i'm starved. >> i was making a sandwich to be hungry. so we didn't think nothing of it. the other two come up and said he's new. he's just getting used to the area and being with a new family and new siblings. and so we thought nothing of it. >> i think the most troubling thing out of this all, don, is the fact that the adopted mother, she worked for social services. this is somebody who's supposed to protect children like this. >> not that there's any excuse, nick, but she should know better. >> we're watching a se vooer weather line. maybe severe, we need a better word. this has been deadly. two people have died. 37 people have been injured. we've been speaking to the emergency corrector in illinois. look at this, it's not over yet. we'll follow it for you here on cnn. there is major damage in kokomo. make sure you stay with us, we'll be right back. >>> take us through it. i understand
. company veteran, dug mcmillon will succeed steve duke. you were just talking with andrew about why you would do this days before the holiday season would start and why mike duke is leaving years before expected. >> he hasn't been there but since 2009. his predecessor, lee scott, 2000 to 2009. it seems like a shortened period. also, as someone who follows retail closely, this is not the time to change horses, so to speak. at the same time, i am sure this company will, without a doubt, say it is seamless. i want to hear from david, that there is nothing pertinent that would make it so this seems wrong. i don't think it is right. >> david, you do know mcmillon well. what can you tell us? >> i spent a good amount of time doing our last document on walmart, which has to be about five years ago. then, there was a lot of speculation he would be the next ceo. i remember distinctly discussing it with him. it did make air on the documentary, that idea. he was running international. we spent a couple of days together in china. certainly, well-schooled in international, had run, i believe, cosco p
, steve that congress does not look at transportation as a single entity. it looks at it in a stove pipe fashion in that aviation, amtrak, highways, are dealt with separate bills in separate budgets. the traveler does not say i am exclusively a railroad traveler. a traveler on any day might use highways, aviation, railroads, and what would certainly help america's transportation to fundn today would be all of the modes to a multimodal, single transportation budget, which is not being done. what we are doing today is lobbyists from each of the modes are coming to capitol hill and fighting for their share of the pie. is relatively poor, does not have a political action committee, it does not fare as well as the other modes do on the hill. host: i want to come back to that in a moment, but let's look at amtrak by the numbers. 300ny given day it operates passenger trains daily. it has more than 21,000 miles of roots. it connects more than 500 destinations in 46 states, washington, d.c., and three canadian provinces. a top speed is 150 miles an hour. service began on may 1, 1971. the first tr
health insurance marketplace. >> did i say peter? maybe steve doocy. the obamacare commercial that cut into your football viewing. >> this mom who was caught boozing while breast feeding. >> it's "fox & friends." >> welcome. we are here and alive on this black friday. >> we survived. >> i'm hung over from the turkey. >> this turkey. >> there was no alcohol at all. football. i'm sure many of you are up and at it. probably getting up for black friday deals kofplgt up later in the show, aboutom nt black friday deals. one of them, $700 off. we're going to show it to you today in the studio. >> on my way in going down sixth avenue, you pass by macy's and there were people everywhere. probably a lot of tourists right now looking kind of quiet. black friday shopping is in full swing this morning. things already turning violent in parts of the country. police in new jersey using pepper spray on a customer in wal-mart. the customer became, quote, belligerent while arguing with a customer over a television. spoil while looking for a -- >> while looking for a discount tv, one woman got one droppe
tonight. guest: steve, great to be with you. on politico, a map you are keeping track county by county. it is almost as if you are a flyover across the state, a lot of red areas. the blue areas along the border in norfolk and northern virginia, fairfax and loudoun county. guest: right now in the poll, cuccinelli has the lead because a lot of the big, rural part of the state has reported. they are cuccinelli republican areas. we are still waiting on returns from a big swath of northern virginia which should favor mcauliffe. is a relatively close race, closer than some of the poll suggested it would be. he is roughly on par with president obama's numbers and a swing sweet counties -- counties which is one of the main suburban counties outside of the capitol in richmond. performed obama. cuccinelli will be the underdog race remains too close to call. >> about 80% of the vote now in and ken cuccinelli is ahead, 47% to 60 -- 46%. all of the polls are this past week showing terry mcauliffe ahead and the libertarian candidate getting anywhere 8%.ween 5%- that does not seem to be the numbers s
of the controversy, jonathan martin. steve is live outside of raymond james stadium in tampa. he has more for us now. >> even two weeks into this controversy, the owner of the miami dolphins says he isn't quite sure exactly what happened and why. that's why he is going to have a sit down, face to face with jonathan martin. he's trying to keep the location of that meeting a secret for now. before the game, steve ross also vowed he intends to change the culture of the dolphins locker room. >> one thing i will not change, there will not be any racial slurs or harassing or bullying in that workplace and that locker room and outside the locker room. >> to help ross make the changes, he's enlisted former coaches and players, including former miami great dan rmoreno. after a loss last tight to the winless bucs, they refused to place the blame on the scandal. >> the more and more it hits you in the face, you have to step up and face it and be able to handle it. life is risky. not everyone deals with a situation like this but you have to be able to face it. >> dophins quarterback was sacked twice near the en
. steve ine-mail from illinois -- the filibuster was a good option if used prudently and fairly. but it has been abused and overused. majority means one vote more than half. that is an e-mail from steve and illinois. a call from teresa in pennsylvania on our line for democrats. good morning. thank you for taking my call. i wanted to say that the republicans were well aware that if they continued the obstruction of the judges nor any obama appointee, then harry reid would have this option. so it is time for him to use it. theeeds to get some of president's appointees where they need to be. and it is just fair. they cannot be surprised by it. host: more headlines this morning. in the money section of "usa today" -- house committee and 's inspectorartment general are looking into a new york post report with national employment data and head of the 2012 election that may have been manipulated. richard in new jersey on our line for republicans. .aller: yeah, hi i am afraid that my republican constituents across the country never paid attention to the fact that our representatives in
of steve jobs bio diesel, and that is what he is doing so today. so in each of these stories, with all of them. they all make mistakes and they screw up in big ways and they go bankrupt and they make stupid investments. their marriages breakup and they have too many children without a father to support them. they get involved in dirty businesses, but they never let go of the idea that there is something more important than simply surviving and that america stands for something, the question is whether their investment in the american dream is reciprocated and is it still invested in people like them. so the book takes us through their stories and the stories of others while moving between power centers and backwaters and celebrities and obscure people as this time moves from the past, the late 70s until the moment that we are living in now, and that is what i tried to do in writing this book. thank you. [applause] >> staff writer for the new yorker, author of this wonderful book, we have a lot of questions that people are going to ask you. a few things, you just summed up all the probl
and cheating. your iphone may be to blame. we will explain. first let's check in with steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> what iphone? i just use that for work. >> it is never your fault. blame it on the iphone. >> that's right. good morning to you, ladies. karl rove former senior advisor for george bush fox news contributor is talking about the rotten numbers for enrollment. also laura ingram she is a fox news contributor. ray kelly, who is currently the commissioner of police for new york city, he won't have that job much longer. where is he heading and what does he think about the new mayor getting rid of risk. former mayor of alaska sarah palin is an author of a new book all about christmas. busy three hours kicks off in 12 minutes from right now right here on your channel for news. michael, tell us why you used priceline express deals to book this fabulous hotel. well, you can see if the hotel is pet friendly before you book it. and i got a great deal without bidding. and where's your furry friend? oh, i don't have a cat. priceline savings without bidding. still ru
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for republicans to block his nominees. steve is live at the white house, what exactly did the president say? >> the president appeared in the briefing room here in the white house just minutes ago and supported the move in the senate today saying that enough is enough. he said that because of republican obstruction of many of his nominees through the filibuster process, he has had about 30 of them since he became president. he said this undermines progress. and he strongly supports the senate's move today. >> today's pattern of obstruction is just not normal. it's not what our founders envisioned. a deliberate and determinate effort to change an election. for the sake of future generations we can't let it become normal. >> harry reid spear headed that movement today to overturn a longstanding tradition of blocking nominations with a 60 vote margin. it supposed on a vote of 52 to 48 invoking the so called nuclear option. now the nominees to the dc court of appeals is pending. he wants to break that deadlock. they have been held up by those senate republicans. of course when the shoe is on th
. the center of the disaster is tacloban. a steve 220,000 people nearly flattened by the typhoon. and seth doane is in tacloban. >> reporter: at the heavily damaged edd tacloban airport thousands wait in the rain. as the c-130 cargo plane arrived on the tarmac. desperate survivors rushed to get on board. only a few hundred were lucky enough to get out. >> there's nothing here. >> reporter: this is what they're trying tos ing toing to escape. a city used to this. tsunami-like storm surges u.s. brigadier general paul kennedy saw it. >> we saw other small communities devastated. i'm talking nothing left standing. >> reporter: chapels have been into makeshift morgues. and survivors are picking through what remains of their homes, many collecting their belongings in a couple of bags. others already trying to rebuild. following reports of looting, philippine soldiers were deployed to restore some order, as residents wait for help. manila has become a bit of a staging ground for food and supplies. planes leave with aid. and return with just some of the 600,000 displaced reside
starring will ferrell, steve carell, and christina applegate opens in theaters on december 20. >>> tonight, folks, we are learning just how dismal the enrollment numbers are on >> we'll have those figures in just a moment. first, here's the most important moment and the most important story from your world today in 90 seconds. >> lawmakers are asking the government's chief technology officers what could have been done to prevent a disastrous loss. >> nobody in this room believes that republicans want to fix the website. >> it is an extremely difficult drive as each mile passes, the destruction worsens. finally after four hours, we reach the eye of this storm. night falls -- one by one, grandpa greets his son. >> have you purchased illegal drugs in the last two years? >> yes, i have. >> and the counselors agree the mayor should step aside. an apology should be enough. >> i really passed up and that's it. >> there's a good chunk of the morning where it seemed like there was one accident after another. drivers sliding sideways into guardrails and into other vehicles.
's just too dangerous. how about steve in california. >> boo-yah, jim from sunny sacramento, california. >> what's up? >> bank of m, my son told me to buy it two and a half years ago at 14 and i watched it go all of the way down to $3. what should i do with it now? >> bank of america's fine, you know? it's neither here or there. it's not like a 3d printer and not like a biotech. it's just a bank and the bank's with the yield curve. if interest rates go up a little bit it will make more money. frankly, it's an okay stock. i can't pound the table on it either way. i'm not going to tell you to sell it. i'm not going tell you to buy it. i know. that's the equivalent of neutral, but i'm neutral and the big guy's got to catch up where they've got to be. it's the end of the story. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, conundrum. black gold's been on the slide, but tonight cramer's drilling down on a few oil names to extract a clear view of where they could be headed next when he heads "off the charts." and later, up, up and away? in-flight internet provider gogo took off in trading ye
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shot. abc's steve osunsami has her story. >> reporter: this morning, a mother's plea for freedom. >> this is my life i'm fighting for. this is my life. and it's my life. and it's not entertainment. it is my life. >> reporter: marissa alexander, the other face of florida's controversial stand-your-ground law, telling cnn, she was defending herself, when she fired a warning shot during an argument with her husband in december 2010. >> he put his hands around my neck. >> reporter: alexander's lawyers argued she was standing her ground. the florida law that was widely discussed before the george zimmerman trial down the road in sanford. but didn't work here. the mother of three has been jailed and away from her children since february of 2011. sentenced to 20 years in prison. not for murder. but for firing into a wall at her home. >> drop all the charges! today, she'll face a florida judge once again. this time, begging him to set her free while she waits for a new trial. an appeals court ruled in september that the original judge gave the jury wrong instructions. in court papers fil
zoo. founded by steve irwin. known as "the crocodile hunter" irwin was famous for getting too close for comfort with wild animals. >> give me a kiss. >> reporter: he died in 2006 after a sting ray stung him. his approach lives on at the australia zoo. the zoo's videos show the trainers playing with tigers, as though they were kitty cats. the tigers reminded everyone they are not. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> they most certainly are not. the zoo says the sumatran tiger became overexcited during a play session. >> the animal will be allowed to stay at the zoo. i'm assuming the trainer will come back because he's raised these animals since they were cubs. and he is also one of the people that has always said they are like cats. they are cats, but not like kitty cats. >> they are like cats who are 500 pounds. >> i have to tell you, while this is probably exhilarating for the people that do it, i think as a spectator -- if i'm going to a zoo, i want to see what an animal is like in the wild. because i can't go on a safari. i don't know that i want to see a person in there putt
of the steve jobs stuff wore off on him. >> did he really just say that on ellen? >> what did ellen say? >> i'm not a big ellen viewer, but that's amazing. it's so right. >> it's the second time wheelchair heard him get on a soap box, though, and fought be the playboy from two and a half men and, dude, where's my car? >> he did that great commencement speech, too. >> and he said i never quit a job until i had another job. he was playing off the steve jobs movie that he played steve jobs. but, yeah, it's pretty shocking to see. >> i think we should book him. >> yeah. i'll tweet him right now. he's on social media. >> if you would. >> he has more twitter followers than anybody else. >>> coming up here on the show, want better insurance rates understand the affordable care act? you may need to get a divorce. the shocking slap in the face delivered to married couples. >>> it is saturday and yet brian is here. brian has all the juicy details from his fantastic new book. >> always has a book. ooh, homemade soup! yeah... [ male announcer ] campbell's homestyle soup with farm grown veggies. just like
lets me know that help by the affordable care act is rare. steve from greenfield says he and his wife are in good health with current insurance costing $485 a month. under obamacare that goes to roughly $1,150 a month a 237% increase. june from batavia received a letter from united health care and while she says she can handle it it will be a problem for her husband he has stage four kidney disease and is on dialysis and will soon not have his doctors. don from loveland said if the affordable care act is allowed to stand my family will have to come up with an extra $6,604 next year. we can't afford that from what i'm seeing, stress and anxiety with becoming an increasingly common dige know -- diagnosis. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana rise? without objection. >> thank you mr. speaker. once again today the president said to the american people, if you like your health care plan, you can keep it. at least for one more year, if you're lucky. the problem is, saying something many times
's rooms, washington, d.c., november 15, 2013, i hereby appoint the honorable steve womack to act as speaker pro tempore on this day. signed, john a. boehner, speaker of the house of representatives. the speaker pro tempore: now the prayer will be offered by our guest chaplain the reverend orrin warder, from st. paul's episcopal church from alexandria, virginia. the chaplain: let us pray, god of the universe you have created us and given us life. blessed are you god of this earth. you have set our world like a radiant jewel in the 111th and filled it with beauty and hope. blessed are you god of these united states of america for all the lessons of our past, for all that remains for us to do. blessed are you god of truth and justice, guide the men and women of this house of representatives. grant them insight, courage, compassion, and imagination. protect them from corruption and arrogance. and grant that we whom they seek to serve may give them the support that they need. increase our trust in one another, strengthen our quest for justice, and bring us to unity and a common purpos
yield the floor. steve from a young age she loved to write. she would often create poems as gifts for her parents on christmas and birthdays. she would write a poem and illustrated. we have two early examples here from when she was about 10 years old. in the fall of 1950 lim bouvier entered vaux writing contest and her winning essays are self orchard in question three of the essay who were three people in history you wished you had known in the first to she mentions are the french poet and oscar wilde the author. .. >> a preview of the 2014 midterm election and former ambassador from nato followed by the preview of the summit in great britain. next, a preview of the 2014 midterm election and what nay may influence them. charles cook gives his preview a and it was hosted in washington, d.c. >> thanks very much, poppy, for that induction. you had i did well for 13 years and i was with them for 15 i must have sucked for two years. it is great to see you again. these are a lot of fun. greg and i go back upwards of 25 years and he is a good friend. we have enjoyed this association. the
a traumatic weekend. and you know what happened? i was on the set this morning and steve ducey said forget about your fat thumbs, speak into it. press that little button, speak into it and lo and behold it worked. >> did have two realize unique way you speak? >> the acclamation was my fury over the weekend. i love it. thank you very much, indeed, everybody. the story we have frequently on "varney & company." why aren't there more female tech executives and wh why are y taking heat for it? the story next. ♪ [ bell ringing, applause ] five tech stocks with more than a 10%... change in after-market trading. ♪ all the tech stocks with a market cap... of at least 50 billion... are up on the day. 12 low-volumetocks... breaking into 52-week highs. six upcoming earnings plays... that recently gapped up. [ male announcer ] now the world is your trading floor. get real-time market scanning wherever you are with the mobile trader app. from td ameritrade. stuart: look at this, everybody. the dow hit 16,000, staying there for now, at least. right after the opening bell. and the s&p 500 went above 1
, california and indiana. steve, thank you. >> you back. >> until there is new concern over how obamacare will affect folks getting insurance from their employers. "the wall street journal" reports that companies are passing more insurance costs onto their workers. under the law, companies must provide health care if they have more than 50 full-time employees and with more employees enrolling, it is driving up the cost. "the washington post" also raising questions over how the irs will be able to enforce all of these new rules that have been thrust upon us. here is a.b. stoddard, an editor of "the hill": this line in "the wall street journal" caught our eye and i want to read it for our viewers. many employers are betting that the affordable care act requirement that all americans have health insurance starting in 2014 will bring more people into their plans that have previously opted out. that along with other rising expenses is prompting companies to raise workers premium contributions and steer them towards high deductible plans and charge them more to cover family members. these are p
on thursday. along the way the president met with comedian steve martin and actor jim parsons of cbs "the big bang theory." they co-star in an upcoming movie called "home." >>> "the new york times" says the first book printed in north america sold at auction on wednesday. david rubenstein paid nearly $2.2 million for this "bay psalm" book. it dates back to 1640. rubenstein plans to lend it to libraries around the country. >>> a kind-hearted cop got a promotion. remember this story? a year ago new york police officer larry deprimo became famous after a tourist spotted him buying new boots for a barefoot homeless man on a cold night in times square. well, yesterday deprimo was bumped up to detective. >> that's fantastic. he said being a detective in the paper this morning was a dream come true. you go. you go, larry. >>> and "the washington post" looks at a new mobile app from the census bureau. dweller will help americans looking to move to their dream city. it compares the answers to census data, then it offers a list of 25 recommended locations. >>> with more than 3 million americans flying
a little information that i obtained, steve cowan at the pennsylvania department of transportation tells me that although they didn't get much snowfall last night and this morning, they have 64 trucks out there covering the bridges and overpasses and beaver and lawrence counties no the fa that are from here there was more significant snowfall, 8 to 12 inches and they have about 24 trucks there and a lot of people want to know what about air conditions, travel conditions for the airports, we're not that far from pittsburgh international. i spoke with joanne jenny, she tells me all operations are pretty normal there right now, no significant delays or cancellations due to weather. >> all right, so far so good. shannon travis, thanks so much. >>> here is a look at what those of you in the northeast will battle on the roads today. snow from charleston, west virginia, up to syracuse, new york, that's in new york state, and the east coast of course will continue to be slammed by cold rain and the winds are going to pick up later this afternoon and that may cause real problems. cnn's pamela brown
over the last couple of years. steve is in harrisburg oregon. go ahead with your question or comment. >> hello, great honor to talk to you. i was interested in your take on the legacy of the civil rights movement and how other moments throughout the world have used it to meditate thereon and contrarily, i was wondering what is the greatest example of misuse of the civil rights legacy to try to motivate people is to encourage freedom and i will take my answer off-line. >> guest: the book i completed with one of my colleagues, march but one is a graphic novel that it was really to help inspire another generation. earlier i spoke of doctor kin king's''s book martin luther king story of montgomery, but people in egypt and other parts of the world in south africa and others used this book as a tool and a technique to get the message of the way of peace, the way of love, the way of nonviolence. you create a mass movement, and i appreciate the fact that when you travel almost any part of the world today people know something about the american civil rights movement. they know the words we s
supply to the region. the center of the disaster is tacloban. a steve 220,000 people nearly flattened by the typhoon. and seth doane is in tacloban. >> reporter: at the heavily damage ed tacloban airport thousands wait in the rain. as the c-130 cargo plane arrived on the tarmac. desperate survivors rushed to get on board. only a few hundred were lucky enough to get out. >> there's nothing here. >> reporter: this is what they're trying t ing ting to es. a city used to this. tsunami-like storm surges, u.s. brigadier general paul kennedy saw it. >> we saw other small communities devastated. i'm talking nothing left standing. >> reporter: chapels have been into makeshift morgues. and survivors are picking through what remains of their homes, many collecting their belongings in a couple of bags. others already trying to rebuild. following reports of looting, philippine soldiers were deployed to restore some order, as residents wait for help. manila has become a bit of a staging ground for food and supplies. planes leave with aid. and return with just some of the 600,000 displaced residents
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